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Ice-cream giant Ben & Jerry’s has collaborated with BOSH! to create a limited-edition vegan menu at its Scoop Shops in London, Berlin and Rotterdam.

The offerings, created by BOSH!’s Henry Firth and Ian Theasby, include an ice-cream ‘burger’, hot chocolate, and a sundae.

Vegan ice-cream

The Im-BOSH-ible ice-cream burger features a vegan brioche roll, filled with ice-cream, topped with salty-sweet caramel sauce, and finished off with crumbled cookies and whipped topping.

The Campfire Snuggle Hot Chocolate features Ben & Jerry’s Non-Dairy Chocolate Fudge Brownie melted with almond drink and cinnamon, topped with whipped topping, vegan marshmallows and caramel popcorn.

The Toffee Apple Crunch Sundae layers pecan granola, apple compote and caramel sauce with Non-Dairy Cookies on Cookie Dough ice-cream, topped with apple crisps and caramel popcorn.

‘Show-stopping’

“We’ve loved being let loose in the kitchen with Ben & Jerry’s vegan range, we hope fans will love this menu inspired by some of our favorite American recipes,” Henry and Ian, BOSH! said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

We think our show-stopping burger, super-stacked sundae, and cozy hot chocolate will be the perfect way to sweep away those autumn leaves.”

Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shop Guru, Zara Hall, added: “We knew this World Vegan Month we wanted to give vegan fans a reason to celebrate, so now the leaves have changed – our Scoop Shop vegan menu has too and who better take on the challenge than the BOSH! guys. Bringing together their flavor first, creative spark with a little peace, love & ice-cream turned out to be a match made in plant-powered dessert heaven.”

The menu will be available at Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shop on London’s Wardour Street, Berlin’s Weinbergsweg or Rotterdam’s Witte de Withstraat between November 1 and 30.

Maria Chiorando

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